PRINCETON, N.J. - SightLogix Inc., a supplier of intelligent video surveillance systems for outdoor security applications, received Lenel factory certification as a member of the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program. The certification confirms compatibility between SightLogix automated surveillance equipment and Lenel Systems International Inc.'s OnGuard security management system.
Combining edge-based video analytics, large area coverage and geospatial target tracking, SightLogix provides accurate and cost-effective area and perimeter security, according to the company. SightLogix' thermal and visible SightSensor cameras capture detailed information over large areas, in all weather and geographic conditions, minimizing nuisance alarms and reducing infrastructure costs. Key markets for SightLogix outdoor security products include petro-chemical, airports, seaports, mass transit/rail, public safety, Fed/Gov, data centers and other critical infrastructure applications.
"SightLogix' open systems design makes it easy to integrate with third-party systems," said John Romanowich, President and CEO, SightLogix. "Our certification in the Lenel OpenAccess Alliance Program clears the way for customers to incorporate cost-effective and accurate protection of large outdoor areas and perimeters as part of their Lenel deployments."
The company's products include long and wide-range SightSensor security cameras in both visible and thermal spectrum, SightTrackers that automatically steer PTZ/dome cameras, and SightMonitor GPS target display software.
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